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Old 10-16-2005, 11:31 AM   #1
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[BLFS][xffm-4.2.2] problem compiling.


I want to compile xffm but it wont make. the configure stage works good and have all the dependencies.
Here is the error I get.

scramble-scramble.o(.text+0x5ed): In function `cifrador':
/sources/xfce-4.2.2/src/xffm-4.2.2/scramble/scramble.c:140: undefined reference to `rk_glob'
scramble-scramble.o(.text+0x6eb):/sources/xfce-4.2.2/src/xffm-4.2.2/scramble/scramble.c:187: undefined reference to `rk_globfree'
scramble-scramble.o(.text+0x75d):/sources/xfce-4.2.2/src/xffm-4.2.2/scramble/scramble.c:187: undefined reference to `rk_globfree'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [scramble] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/sources/xfce-4.2.2/src/xffm-4.2.2/scramble'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/sources/xfce-4.2.2/src/xffm-4.2.2'
make: *** [all] Error 2

I really don't know what I did wrong.
The rest of xfce-4.2.2 compiled perfect and xfce is running.
But I also want the file manager

BTW the glob.h header is installed I checked that already.
 
Old 10-16-2005, 12:47 PM   #2
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My first guess would be:

Did you run ldconfig as root after you installed XFCE? XFCE installs libraries that I'm sure xffm requires. xffm might not be able to link to those libraries unless you run ldconfig.

Any other help would need specifics:
1. Where was XFCE installed?
2. What (if anything) does your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable contain?
3. What was the configure command you used?

Last edited by Dark_Helmet; 10-16-2005 at 12:54 PM.
 
Old 10-16-2005, 01:50 PM   #3
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dark_Helmet
My first guess would be:

Did you run ldconfig as root after you installed XFCE? XFCE installs libraries that I'm sure xffm requires. xffm might not be able to link to those libraries unless you run ldconfig.


Any other help would need specifics:
1. Where was XFCE installed?
2. What (if anything) does your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable contain?
3. What was the configure command you used?
I did run ldconfig after I installed the packages.
I installed it in the "default" /usr path.
ld.so.conf contains these paths:
/usr/local/lib
/opt/lib
/usr/X11R6/lib
The configure command I used is <./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc> for each package.

PS Sorry yes I ment the file manager of xfce.

Last edited by mr_demilord; 10-16-2005 at 01:51 PM.
 
Old 10-16-2005, 02:59 PM   #4
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That's odd. The only other thing I can think to ask would be: did you install all of the minimum/base packages before you tried to install xffm?

I went to download the XFCE source, and didn't run into any problems. In fact, I even automated it with a script. You can use it if you like:
Code:
#!/bin/bash

SOURCE_DIRECTORY="${HOME}/develop/xfce/xfce-4.2.2/src"
BUILD_DIRECTORY="${HOME}/develop/xfce/xfce-4.2.2/build"
PREFIX_DIRECTORY="/opt/xfce-4.2.2"
SYSCONFIG_DIRECTORY="${PREFIX_DIRECTORY}/etc"

LOG_FILENAME="$( basename ${0} ).log"

TAR_COMMAND="tar xvjf"
CONFIGURE_COMMAND="./configure --prefix=${PREFIX_DIRECTORY} --sysconfdir=${SYSCONFIG_DIRECTORY}"


PACKAGES=" \
  libxfce4util-4.2.2 \
  dbh-1.0.24 \
  libxfcegui4-4.2.2 \
  libxfce4mcs-4.2.2 \
  xfce-mcs-manager-4.2.2 \
  xfwm4-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-panel-4.2.2 \
  xfdesktop-4.2.2 \
  xfce-utils-4.2.2 \
  gtk-xfce-engine-2.2.7 \
  xfcalendar-4.2.2 \
  xfce-mcs-plugins-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-appfinder-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-icon-theme-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-iconbox-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-mixer-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-session-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-systray-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-toys-4.2.2 \
  xfce4-trigger-launcher-4.2.2 \
  xffm-4.2.2 \
  xfprint-4.2.2 \
  xfwm4-themes-4.2.2"

if [ ! -d ${SOURCE_DIRECTORY} ] ; then
  echo "Source directory (${SOURCE_DIRECTORY}) does not exist."
  exit 1
fi

if [ ! -d ${BUILD_DIRECTORY} ] ; then
  echo "Build directory (${BUILD_DIRECTORY}) does not exist."
  exit 1
fi

if [ ! -d ${PREFIX_DIRECTORY} ] ; then
  echo "Prefix directory (${PREFIX_DIRECTORY}) does not exist."
  exit 1
fi

cd ${BUILD_DIRECTORY}

echo "$(date)" > ${LOG_FILENAME}

export PATH=${PREFIX_DIRECTORY}/bin:${PATH}
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${PREFIX_DIRECTORY}/lib:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=${PREFIX_DIRECTORY}/lib/pkgconfig:${PKG_CONFIG_PATH}

for package in ${PACKAGES}
do
  ${TAR_COMMAND} ${SOURCE_DIRECTORY}/${package}.tar.bz2
  command_result=$?
  if [ ${command_result} -ne 0 ] ; then
    echo "Error during untar (${package})"
    exit 2
  fi

  cd ${package}
  ${CONFIGURE_COMMAND}
  command_result=$?
  if [ ${command_result} -ne 0 ] ; then
    echo "Error during configure (${package})"
    exit 2
  fi

  make
  command_result=$?
  if [ ${command_result} -ne 0 ] ; then
    echo "Error during make (${package})"
    exit 2
  fi

  make install
  command_result=$?
  if [ ${command_result} -ne 0 ] ; then
    echo "Error during make install (${package})"
    exit 2
  fi

  cd ${BUILD_DIRECTORY}
  echo "${package} completed" >> ${LOG_FILENAME}
done
You'd want to change the stuff in red to match whatever it is you want for your system. Take special notice about the tarball file extension: .tar.bz2. I manually changed the gzip'ed tarballs from the XFCE site to bzip2'ed tarballs for the better compression.

The PACKAGES variable lists the packages as the BLFS book lists them; so ordering is maintained through the compile process. If you don't want to install all the extra packages, just remove it from the list.

Also, if you use this script, the PATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment vaiables are modified to make the compile run cleanly. These changes are present only in the shell script itself. You'll need to modify your startup files (whatever they may be) to include the information. Of course, if you install to a standard location (such as /usr), you won't need to update some/all of them.

Last edited by Dark_Helmet; 10-16-2005 at 03:04 PM.
 
Old 10-17-2005, 03:23 AM   #5
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Quote:
That's odd. The only other thing I can think to ask would be: did you install all of the minimum/base packages before you tried to install xffm?
Yes I did, and the minimum packages went fine, even all the other extra packages went fine and compiled fine without any errors. XFCE also works fine. I did all by the book. I am thinking of uninstall all the xfce components and retry it with your script.
I searched on google and saw that someone has the same problem as me with MPlayer,
and had something to do with Heimdal wich overwrites the grob.h?
I'll find it out...
I also reinstalled both GTK versions the libc-headers and both glib libraries with no success and also ran the test suits of both GTK and glib libraries and both went succesful.

Last edited by mr_demilord; 10-17-2005 at 03:32 AM.
 
Old 10-17-2005, 05:15 AM   #6
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I got it working.
I copied the glob.h from SuSE to the LFS.
I ran the script again, and itś working!

Very strange..... BTW the suse glob.h is 3.6 KB larger then the glob.h from the LFS libd headers file....
BTW the script is very handy, thanks again.

Taco
 
Old 10-17-2005, 01:23 PM   #7
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Glad it's working for you, but I don't know why your glob.h would be bad. In case you don't like using the one from SuSE, you can "borrow" the one from mine. For reference (since you were doing size checking earlier), the file is /usr/include/glob.h and is 7.7KB in size.
Code:
/* Copyright (C) 1991,92,95,96,97,98,2000,2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This file is part of the GNU C Library.

   The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
   modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
   version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

   The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
   Lesser General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
   Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307 USA.  */

#ifndef	_GLOB_H
#define	_GLOB_H	1

#ifdef	__cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

#undef	__ptr_t
#if defined __cplusplus || (defined __STDC__ && __STDC__) || defined WINDOWS32
# if !defined __GLIBC__ || !defined __P
#  undef __P
#  undef __PMT
#  define __P(protos)	protos
#  define __PMT(protos)	protos
#  if !defined __GNUC__ || __GNUC__ < 2
#   undef __const
#   define __const const
#  endif
# endif
# define __ptr_t	void *
#else /* Not C++ or ANSI C.  */
# undef	__P
# undef __PMT
# define __P(protos)	()
# define __PMT(protos)	()
# undef	__const
# define __const
# define __ptr_t	char *
#endif /* C++ or ANSI C.  */

/* We need `size_t' for the following definitions.  */
#ifndef __size_t
# if defined __GNUC__ && __GNUC__ >= 2
typedef __SIZE_TYPE__ __size_t;
#  ifdef _XOPEN_SOURCE
typedef __SIZE_TYPE__ size_t;
#  endif
# else
/* This is a guess.  */
typedef unsigned long int __size_t;
# endif
#else
/* The GNU CC stddef.h version defines __size_t as empty.  We need a real
   definition.  */
# undef __size_t
# define __size_t size_t
#endif

/* Bits set in the FLAGS argument to `glob'.  */
#define	GLOB_ERR	(1 << 0)/* Return on read errors.  */
#define	GLOB_MARK	(1 << 1)/* Append a slash to each name.  */
#define	GLOB_NOSORT	(1 << 2)/* Don't sort the names.  */
#define	GLOB_DOOFFS	(1 << 3)/* Insert PGLOB->gl_offs NULLs.  */
#define	GLOB_NOCHECK	(1 << 4)/* If nothing matches, return the pattern.  */
#define	GLOB_APPEND	(1 << 5)/* Append to results of a previous call.  */
#define	GLOB_NOESCAPE	(1 << 6)/* Backslashes don't quote metacharacters.  */
#define	GLOB_PERIOD	(1 << 7)/* Leading `.' can be matched by metachars.  */

#if (!defined _POSIX_C_SOURCE || _POSIX_C_SOURCE < 2 || defined _BSD_SOURCE \
     || defined _GNU_SOURCE)
# define GLOB_MAGCHAR	 (1 << 8)/* Set in gl_flags if any metachars seen.  */
# define GLOB_ALTDIRFUNC (1 << 9)/* Use gl_opendir et al functions.  */
# define GLOB_BRACE	 (1 << 10)/* Expand "{a,b}" to "a" "b".  */
# define GLOB_NOMAGIC	 (1 << 11)/* If no magic chars, return the pattern.  */
# define GLOB_TILDE	 (1 << 12)/* Expand ~user and ~ to home directories. */
# define GLOB_ONLYDIR	 (1 << 13)/* Match only directories.  */
# define GLOB_TILDE_CHECK (1 << 14)/* Like GLOB_TILDE but return an error
				      if the user name is not available.  */
# define __GLOB_FLAGS	(GLOB_ERR|GLOB_MARK|GLOB_NOSORT|GLOB_DOOFFS| \
			 GLOB_NOESCAPE|GLOB_NOCHECK|GLOB_APPEND|     \
			 GLOB_PERIOD|GLOB_ALTDIRFUNC|GLOB_BRACE|     \
			 GLOB_NOMAGIC|GLOB_TILDE|GLOB_ONLYDIR|GLOB_TILDE_CHECK)
#else
# define __GLOB_FLAGS	(GLOB_ERR|GLOB_MARK|GLOB_NOSORT|GLOB_DOOFFS| \
			 GLOB_NOESCAPE|GLOB_NOCHECK|GLOB_APPEND|     \
			 GLOB_PERIOD)
#endif

/* Error returns from `glob'.  */
#define	GLOB_NOSPACE	1	/* Ran out of memory.  */
#define	GLOB_ABORTED	2	/* Read error.  */
#define	GLOB_NOMATCH	3	/* No matches found.  */
#define GLOB_NOSYS	4	/* Not implemented.  */
#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
/* Previous versions of this file defined GLOB_ABEND instead of
   GLOB_ABORTED.  Provide a compatibility definition here.  */
# define GLOB_ABEND GLOB_ABORTED
#endif

/* Structure describing a globbing run.  */
#if !defined _AMIGA && !defined VMS /* Buggy compiler.   */
# ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
struct stat;
# endif
#endif
typedef struct
  {
    __size_t gl_pathc;		/* Count of paths matched by the pattern.  */
    char **gl_pathv;		/* List of matched pathnames.  */
    __size_t gl_offs;		/* Slots to reserve in `gl_pathv'.  */
    int gl_flags;		/* Set to FLAGS, maybe | GLOB_MAGCHAR.  */

    /* If the GLOB_ALTDIRFUNC flag is set, the following functions
       are used instead of the normal file access functions.  */
    void (*gl_closedir) __PMT ((void *));
#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
    struct dirent *(*gl_readdir) __PMT ((void *));
#else
    void *(*gl_readdir) __PMT ((void *));
#endif
    __ptr_t (*gl_opendir) __PMT ((__const char *));
#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
    int (*gl_lstat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict,
			    struct stat *__restrict));
    int (*gl_stat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict, struct stat *__restrict));
#else
    int (*gl_lstat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict, void *__restrict));
    int (*gl_stat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict, void *__restrict));
#endif
  } glob_t;

#ifdef _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
# ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
struct stat64;
# endif
typedef struct
  {
    __size_t gl_pathc;
    char **gl_pathv;
    __size_t gl_offs;
    int gl_flags;

    /* If the GLOB_ALTDIRFUNC flag is set, the following functions
       are used instead of the normal file access functions.  */
    void (*gl_closedir) __PMT ((void *));
# ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
    struct dirent64 *(*gl_readdir) __PMT ((void *));
# else
    void *(*gl_readdir) __PMT ((void *));
# endif
    __ptr_t (*gl_opendir) __PMT ((__const char *));
# ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
    int (*gl_lstat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict,
			    struct stat64 *__restrict));
    int (*gl_stat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict,
			   struct stat64 *__restrict));
# else
    int (*gl_lstat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict, void *__restrict));
    int (*gl_stat) __PMT ((__const char *__restrict, void *__restrict));
# endif
  } glob64_t;
#endif

#if _FILE_OFFSET_BITS == 64 && __GNUC__ < 2
# define glob glob64
# define globfree globfree64
#endif

/* Do glob searching for PATTERN, placing results in PGLOB.
   The bits defined above may be set in FLAGS.
   If a directory cannot be opened or read and ERRFUNC is not nil,
   it is called with the pathname that caused the error, and the
   `errno' value from the failing call; if it returns non-zero
   `glob' returns GLOB_ABEND; if it returns zero, the error is ignored.
   If memory cannot be allocated for PGLOB, GLOB_NOSPACE is returned.
   Otherwise, `glob' returns zero.  */
#if _FILE_OFFSET_BITS != 64 || __GNUC__ < 2
extern int glob __P ((__const char *__restrict __pattern, int __flags,
		      int (*__errfunc) (__const char *, int),
		      glob_t *__restrict __pglob));

/* Free storage allocated in PGLOB by a previous `glob' call.  */
extern void globfree __P ((glob_t *__pglob));
#else
extern int glob __P ((__const char *__restrict __pattern, int __flags,
		      int (*__errfunc) (__const char *, int),
		      glob_t *__restrict __pglob)) __asm__ ("glob64");

extern void globfree __P ((glob_t *__pglob)) __asm__ ("globfree64");
#endif

#ifdef _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
extern int glob64 __P ((__const char *__restrict __pattern, int __flags,
			int (*__errfunc) (__const char *, int),
			glob64_t *__restrict __pglob));

extern void globfree64 __P ((glob64_t *__pglob));
#endif


#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
/* Return nonzero if PATTERN contains any metacharacters.
   Metacharacters can be quoted with backslashes if QUOTE is nonzero.

   This function is not part of the interface specified by POSIX.2
   but several programs want to use it.  */
extern int glob_pattern_p __P ((__const char *__pattern, int __quote));
#endif

#ifdef	__cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* glob.h  */
 
Old 10-18-2005, 02:51 AM   #8
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That was the problem, I checked mine from the LFS installation and it was tons smaller, only 3.2 KB!
Thanks I replace it with yours now.
strange... really strange..

Last edited by mr_demilord; 10-18-2005 at 03:05 AM.
 
Old 10-23-2005, 05:58 PM   #9
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In fact Heimdal overwrites the glibc version of glob.h. The Heimdal version is only 3803 Byte, while the glibc version is 6970 Byte.
I had the same problem with compiling the libxml2 package. With the glibc version it runs without problems...
 
Old 10-24-2005, 03:51 AM   #10
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Originally posted by siegi
In fact Heimdal overwrites the glibc version of glob.h. The Heimdal version is only 3803 Byte, while the glibc version is 6970 Byte.
I had the same problem with compiling the libxml2 package. With the glibc version it runs without problems...
I think this is a serious bug in Heimdal, In my opinion this never should not happen
 
Old 10-24-2005, 06:42 AM   #11
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Originally posted by mr_demilord
I think this is a serious bug in Heimdal, In my opinion this never should not happen
That's also my opinion. I detected it only with the help of the "More Control and Package Management using Package Users" - system. If you have time and you are patience enough, I can recommend it.
 
  


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